1.3.2 Production Management
This factsheet presents estimated water requirements for various livestock. Actual consumption will depend on many factors including air temperature, animal size, species, age, milk production, type of ration, dry matter consumed, and other variables.
Article contains information on identifying the differences between coyote and dog attacks on poultry and livestock for the purposes of identifying cause of damage. The article describes Virginia State regulations on predator damage.
Use of electrostatic equipment to remove bacteria and dust in hatchers can improve food safety.
This publication contains pesticide recommendations that are subject to change at any time. These recommendations are provided only as a guide. It is always the pesticide applicator's responsibility, by law, to read and follow all current label...
Controlling the damage caused by Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) and house mice (Mus musculus) often involves the use of poison baits. Using bait stations in a rodent control program may increase the effectiveness and safety of rodent baits.
Information for ranchers, farmers, growers, crop consultants, pest managers, and horticulturalists about the safe use of pesticides in BC.
Covers the areas of nutrition, reproduction, & feed for alll types of poultry including ratites, gamebirds, & waterfowl.
Cuurent situation and FAQ for production of game birds and ratites. Includes nutrition, management, feed, & disease topics.
Nutrition, flock management, brooding, hatchery, health & management of emu discussed.
"This publication offers suggestions on nutrition for ostriches and emus.
This publication is designed to help poultry producers reduce or prevent predation by improving or extending care and management of their flocks.
This guide describes the most useful indicators of water quality and how to take a water sample correctly to ensure accurate test results. Acceptable levels of concentration are given for chickens and turkeys, but basic principles apply to all poultry...
Discusses the nutritional needs of ratites ostrich, emu, rhea, etc.).
This manual is intended to provide fundamental information to livestock and water quality specialists on a wide range of water quality parameters and related physiological and/or toxicological effects. Many producers may also find the information useful.